Moss Hart (October 24, 1904 – December 20, 1961) was an American playwright and theatre director, best known for his interpretations of musical theater on Broadway.
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... his biography on PBS, "he wrote some of the American theater's most enduring comedies" with Moss Hart ... Also, Kaufman, with Moss Hart, wrote the book to I'd Rather Be Right, a musical starring George M ... President at the time), with songs by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart ...
... with Marx Bros.) June Moon (1929, with Ring Lardner) Once in a Lifetime (1930, with Moss Hart) Of Thee I Sing! (1931, with Ira Gershwin) You Can't Take it With You (1936, with Moss Hart) Dinner at Eight (1932, with ...
... Plays 1930 Once In A Lifetime (Kaufman and Hart) 1934 Merrily We Roll Along (Kaufman and Hart) 1936 You Can't Take It With You (won a Pulitzer Prize) (Kaufman and Hart) 1937 I'd ...
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